For all of her pro-social advocacy, Jane Fonda has an infamously incidental effect on environmental history…
Jane Fonda stared in “The China Syndrome,” which opened on March 16, 1979. With the no-nukes protest movement in full swing, the movie was attacked by the nuclear industry as an irresponsible act of leftist fear-mongering. Twelve days later, however, an accident occurred at the Three Mile Island nuclear plant in south-central Pennsylvania. Instead of becoming a nation with clean and cheap nuclear energy, the United States kept building power plants that burned coal and other fossil fuels, which now account for 40 percent of the country’s energy-related carbon-dioxide emissions.
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